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HSE Manager

Shanghai, Shanghai Shi - Tutki sijaintia Projektinhallinta Kokoaikainen

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• Must hold a minimum Pass level of China Certified Safety Engineer.
• >8 years work experiences in the field of occupational safety and health, especially for international company experience and multinational construction techniques.
• Solid technical knowledge and experiences of multinational construction techniques. OSHA 30hrs certified in construction is preferred.
• Good English in oral and written.


• Develop EHS routines in accordance with project needs, ensure project/ site office EHS implementation meets with company EHS manual/guideline/SOP and local relevant legislations;
• Lead all EHS related training. Initiate and participate in emergency drills/exercises. Coordinate with the project management to handle any emergency cases to minimize any possible loss and risk.
• Based on company process, conduct audit and inspections to assess the risks involved and ensure work does not commence unless agreed measures are in place. Control and mitigate Safety & Security related risks;
• Report construction safety & security performance to Project Risk Manager, lead incident & accident investigation and carry out root cause analysis. Establish measures to prevent similar issues;
• Support central regular risk audit on EHS and highly focus on rectification follow-up on site.
• Accident/incident handling, including report, coordination, record in IRS, analysis, suggestion, etc.
• All PCM/contractors/suppliers procurement support, e.g. EHS qualification, documentation review, project reference check, etc.
• Other task may be assigned by Central EHS manager and Project risk manager.
• Program development
- Define and develop construction Safety & Security objectives, targets and relevant action plans.
- Design recognition and reward program and manage safety promotion program;
- Establish project safety committee program. Initiate EHS committee meeting to enhance communication between the Employer, PCM, contractors and the others parties on the project.
• Coaching specialists
- Develop training modules and schedule the training to upgrade safety & security awareness of ICC managers, co-workers and all parties involved in the project;
- Communicate Safety & Security status to management, co-workers through safety committee, meetings, surveys, safety board, work observations on site.
• Public Relationship
- Act as a representative, interface with external EHS related agencies (police, fire-fighting department, external security-service company, etc.), and keep being informed for any regulatory changes.


HSE Manager is the responsible to lead project HSE resource integrated with PCM, Contractors, Security Company and the other parties. To implement Project construction Safety & Security Plan on site. The Project EHS Manager shall establish a workplace which can be achieved the EHS values and goals of company.